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after silvio berlusconi's party with her support for the government. >> we have a friendship feeling, but in the framework that is quite puzzling. this cannot constitute the basis, aside for other reasons, this cannot be the basis for affecting a proposal for me to become the leader of the moderates, he has said. that is the outgoing prime minister. what is next for him? >> is still speaking right now. he has announced he is going to launch some sort of change where he will lay out what whoever will the prime minister next year will have to follow to make sure what has been done by his government in the last year is not undone. he has stabilized the economy. now it needs to grow from alan. to grow, you need to pass even more unpopular reforms. he has said whoever wins, the party should not destroy what was billed. it was a pledge to the next government. do not and do what was done by us. do not criticize europe or try to get out of europe. play an active role in it. all of the points he was making almost directed at soviet gross tony who has said he will run for prime minister and ha
as a series of protests against a controversial government budget bill, but has since expanded into a nationwide movement for political transformation. aboriginal and environmental activists are teaming up to resist what they say is the conservative canadian government's attempts to appropriate resource-rich lands, and to assimilate aboriginal nations they're calling on prime minister stephen harper to honor treaters with aborigines, opened dialogues with environmentalist, and reject tar sands pipelines that would infiltrate first nation territories. the website calls on people to "joined in a revolution which honors and fulfills indigenous sovereignty" and "protect the land and water." spreading their message on social media outlets, activists with idle no more have rallied in dozens of canadian cities, held countless teach-in's, even interrupted the legislature. one of the myth of its most high-profile supporters is chief theresa spence who is on her 16th day of a hunger strike in a tepee just outside ottawa's parliament. she warns she will starve herself until she gets a mee
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